Bella Vista Hotel & Self Catering Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rooms with obvious functions. The walls being so thick mean the room to castle size ratio is tiny and even then much of the design is given over to features like big troughs through which the boiling oil was poured. The Castle apparently had a room where there was a concealed lose stone where 'unwanted guests' would be guided towards then dispatched to the dungeons below. But the Castle also enjoyed a reputation as being welcoming ...
... most magnificent churches I have ever seen. We explored the rest of the lovely little town then ended up at the Rob Roy pub for a Guinness for Wazza's birthday. We spent the rest of the afternoon there as an Irish group came in to entertain the visiting Aussies (and New Zealanders). The pub was jam packed with cruisers and we had a fabulous afternoon. To top it all of, as we were waiting to depart Cobh, the local band and many of the locals came to wave us off. ...
... Steve, had wonderful senses of humour and made the whole trip really enjoyable. We drove up the hill above the ship and on through the town to our first stop at Cuskinny Strand, where there were cayakers preparing for an afternoon race. Then we drove past Cuskinny Marsh which is a bird sanctuary and up to Rossleague, the highest viewing point on the island, where we stopped for photos over the estuary. We went through a region ...
... government are introducing new ways to tax people without calling it a tax. Most of what she was saying Australia already has.
It was a great day. It was overcast and while it did rain a little, it only rained while we were on the bus. We also had a drive through Cork. It was like any typical old city. While it was similar to Belfast, but it was a lot cleaner. Our guide said that it was a good place to shop although we didn’t get off the bus there. ...
... I have spent half the trip looking for free WIFI.
The ship did not sail until 8:00 p.m. After dinner we went out on our balcony to see the local band on the pier to give us a great send-off. Everyone seemed to be out on their balconies and the band was well received by the passengers who called for encores even when we were well out into the estuary, heading for sea. This is the ...